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Oil Experience at Acetaia Sereni

Marano sul Panaro, Modena (Food Valley)
20 Minutes
From €6.50
“Guided tasting of Extra Virgin Olive Oil 100% Modena, The First Oil of Altamodena”
Thumbnail "I Grandi Classici" and Artisan Chocolate Tasting at Acetaia Sereni

"I Grandi Classici" and Artisan Chocolate Tasting at Acetaia Sereni

Marano sul Panaro, Modena (Food Valley)
1 Hour 30 Minutes
From €29.00
“Visit of the vinegar cellar and guided tasting of the selection "I Grandi Classici" accompanied by different types of Artisan Chocolate.”
Thumbnail "Gli Innovativi" Vinegar Experience at Acetaia Sereni

"Gli Innovativi" Vinegar Experience at Acetaia Sereni

Marano sul Panaro, Modena (Food Valley)
1 Hour
From €18.00
“Visit to the vinegar cellar and guided tasting of the "Gli Innovativi" selection.”
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The Great Classics Vinegar Experience at Acetaia Sereni

Marano sul Panaro, Modena (Food Valley)
1 Hour
From €18.00
“Visit to the vinegar cellar and tasting of "The Great Classics".”
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5 (1 Review)

Oil Tasting in the Colli Bolognesi at the AGRIVAR winery

Castel San Pietro Terme, Bologna (Colli Bolognesi)
1 Hour
From €19.00
“Taste the renowned oils of Palazzo di Varignana in the new evocative wine cellar of Agrivar Farm, in the heart of the Colli Bolognesi”
Thumbnail Wine tasting with the winemaker at Zinzani Wines

Wine tasting with the winemaker at Zinzani Wines

Faenza, Ravenna
1 Hour 30 Minutes
From €15.00
“Wine tasting paired with local products at Zinzani, a small family-run winery on the rolling hills of Romagna”
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Gourmet lunch and balsamic tasting Experience: Sereni a Tavola

Marano sul Panaro, Modena (Food Valley)
3 Hours
From €50.00
“Tasting of the "Great Classics" selection and lunch at the Acetaia Sereni farm”
Thumbnail Emilian experience between Wine and Balsamic Vinegar

Emilian experience between Wine and Balsamic Vinegar

Quattro Castella, Reggio Emilia (Food Valley)
2 Hours
From €47.00
“Live an authentic Emilian experience between wine and balsamico at Tenuta Venturini Baldini close to Reggio Emilia”
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Wine tasting experience at Poggio San Martino

San Giovanni in Marignano, Rimini (Romagna)
1 Hour 30 Minutes
From €11.50
“Enjoy the typical Romagna experience: wines and food tasting in a territory that lies on the hills and overlooks the sea.”
Thumbnail Randi Vini, the flavour of tradition in Romagna

Randi Vini, the flavour of tradition in Romagna

Fusignano, Ravenna (Romagna)
1 Hour
From €18.00
“Wine tasting experience in the splendid Romagna area, discovering and tasting the flavour of local tradition”
Thumbnail Wine tasting & food pairing at Trere' Farmhouse
3.5 (2 Reviews)

Wine tasting & food pairing at Trere' Farmhouse

Faenza, Ravenna (Romagna)
2 Hours
From €22.00
“Live and enjoy a familiar experience in the special atmosphere of Trere Farmhouse”
Thumbnail Tenuta Santacroce wine tasting experience
5 (2 Reviews)

Tenuta Santacroce wine tasting experience

Valsamoggia, Bologna (Colli Bolognesi)
1 Hour 30 Minutes
From €22.00
“Guided tour of the Tenuta Santa Croce estate and tasting together with a detailed analysis of our wines”
Thumbnail Walking among the vineyards, surrounded by greenery, come and taste the fruits of my land

Walking among the vineyards, surrounded by greenery, come and taste the fruits of my land

Bertinoro, Forlì-Cesena
1 Hour 30 Minutes
From €12.00
“I love my lands when a shoot suddenly appears between the wrinkles of a black wood and gives me the perfection of a bunch”
Thumbnail Classic wine Tasting Experience at Trerè Winery
3.5 (2 Reviews)

Classic wine Tasting Experience at Trerè Winery

Faenza, Ravenna (Romagna)
1 Hour
From €10.00
“Enjoy the wine tasting experience in a special Agriturismo in the heart of Emilia Romagna”

More information on Emilia-Romagna

Emilia Romagna is the perfect destination if you want to enjoy memorable wine tastings and winery visits while discovering some of Italy's most iconic food products. This region was born by the union of two different territories, Emilia and Romagna. Emilia, located in the hinterland, is the land of many PDO and PGI products that represent Italy's food excellence, such as Parmigiano Reggiano, traditional balsamic vinegar and Prosciutto di Parma. Romagna instead borders the Adriatic Sea and is known for its beaches, filled with nightlife during summer, and suggestive hill villages.

Emilia Romagna represents one of the largest wine-growing areas in Italy with over 60.000 hectares and, while here, you will have the chance to experience the variety of wines produced in this area during your wine tastings. The difference between Emilia and Romagna in fact is clear also when looking at the types of wines produced and cultivated grapes. Emilia, the western part, is the land of Lambrusco, a sparkling red wine. In Romagna instead, located on the eastern side, wines are mostly still and produced with Sangiovese, Albana and Pignoletto grapes. Together, the two areas of Emilia Romagna boast 18 DOC, two DOCG and nine IGT appellations.

Which food to taste in Emilia-Romagna?

The distinction between Emilia and Romagna becomes even clearer when looking at the traditional dishes eaten within the region. Nevertheless, throughout the region's territory, you will be able to savor many of Italy's excellencies between a wine tasting and a winery tour. Not by chance, this area is known as Italy's Food Valley. Emilia is the land of fresh egg pasta like tagliatelle with Bolognese ragù, tortellini and tortelloni, cold cuts like Prosciutto di Parma and Culatello di Zibello, Parmiggiano Reggiano and other specialties like Erbazzone. Romagna's cuisine instead includes more fish-based dishes with products like clams and sardines. Fresh pasta plays a big role also in Romagna's cuisine, with shapes like tagliatelle and ravioli. Finally, Romagna's most iconic dish is perhaps Piadina, a sort of flatbread.

Which wines to taste in Emilia-Romagna?

About two-thirds of Emilia Romagna's viticulture is concentrated in its plains. Even so, the region offers a great variety of wines you will discover during your wine tastings and visits to wineries. Within Emilia's area, the most widespread black grape varieties are Barbera, Croatina and Bonarda, as well as many grapes from the Lambrusco family (Salamino, Maestri, Marani, di Sorbara, Grasparossa and Montericco). Malvasia di Candia, Ortrugo and Moscato bianco are instead the most common white grape varieties. Some international grape varieties can also be found, such as Chardonnay, Pinot Bianco, Pinot Grigio, Riesling and Riesling and Müller-Thurgau. In Romagna, the most widespread black grape variety is instead Sangiovese, and the most widespread white one is Trebbiano Romagnolo. Other common varieties found in this area are Pagadebit and Albana.

Which is the best season to visit Emilia-Romagna?

The best moments to visit Emilia Romagna are spring and autumn when the mild temperatures will allow you to enjoy the many wine tastings, winery visits and historical highlights the territory has to offer without suffering from the hot and muggy summer weather.

What things to do in Emilia-Romagna?

Emilia Romagna's diverse territory offers a multitude of activities and historical sites to visit between a winery tour and a wine tasting. Some of the highlights that shouldn't be missed are the historical city centers of Bologna, Modena, Parma, Ferrara, Ravenna and Reggio Emilia, with sites like the Asinelli towers and San Luca's Sanctuary, the Estense Castle, The Casentinesi Forest National Park, San Marino.